Vintage Copper English Pot-Bellied Saucepan, Mid 19th Century
A curvy little number.
What could be cuter than this English saucepan? Each pot (c. 1850) has a tubular steel iron handle with an iron flange held in place with three copper rivets. This pan also has hand-cut dovetailed seams brazed with brass up the rear and around the underside; this sort of dovetailing was a highly sought-after skill of a blacksmith before the Industrial Revolution. The interior has been re-tinned for modern use.
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Photography by Mark Weinberg
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